On our minds: Slow Denim

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by adakallgren on 26 July, 2016

Slow Denim is the latest venture of jean genius Faustine Steinmetz.

On our minds is Slow Denim, the latest venture of jean genius Faustine Steinmetz taking the shape of an exhibition. Installed at Joyce Gallery in Paris, the showcase is presenting a past tense perspective of some of the artisan designer’s most ravishing work, including details on how long the pieces took to make and how many people took part in the manufacturing process. Ranging from a one artisan-14 hour job to a piece which took five artisans 1,080 hours to complete, the exhibition unveils Steinmetz’ dedication to give everyday garments the time and attention to detail that traditionally only made-to-be-worn-once couture pieces have seen. Read more here.

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